Sustainably developing the future to achieve justice and rule of law.
Margaret offers a unique approach in merging a variety of academic fields with the practicalities associated with pratitioners in the field. This innovative approach provides the best of academic research to combine with contextual implementation hurdles.
This approach creates tailored solutions in complex legal and political environments.
Margaret focuses on tailoring strategies to benefit the end user but also to fit within broader international frameworks.
She works on strategy and development across the fields of justice, humanitarian action, human rights, rule of law and all geographies. She brings expertise and immense enthusiasm and is known for her professional approach to all projects and work.
Margaret Osborne and Judge Sang-Hyun Song, Former President of the International Criminal Court
Results oriented and dedicated manager with 15 years of education and professional experience in international law with strong demonstrated experience in international and multicultural environments. Longstanding history of advising on humanitarian assistance, rule of law, development, international human rights law and transitional justice particularly in conflict and post-conflict settings. Significant experience in project management and strategy while being passionate about employees to help them achieve personal and professional goals. Experience with program design, life cycles, budgets, compliance, monitoring and evaluation, supervision and implementation. Proven experience with high-level stakeholders including government officials, I/NGOs, academics and private sector. Academic excellence through receipt of the Sir Thomas Dixon Scholarship, Sullivan Human Rights Fellowship and completion of a Masters of Studies with the University of Oxford
“Meg brings sharp wit and extraordinary energy to her study of international law and human rights. Not only can she analyze human rights violations with all the nuance that the legal paradigm surrounding it requires, but she also communicates this analysis in such a way that captivates her audience and spurs action. I have greatly enjoyed working with Meg and consider anyone lucky enough to secure her skills to have a truly formidable asset on their team."
Tarek Radwan, Associate Director of Research at Atlantic Council of the United States